There isn't .NET Framework 3.5 Configuration Applet as .NET 1.x/2.0.
..NET 3.5 is just .NET 2.0 + SP1 + extra add-on (.NET3.0 SP1+.NET3.5). That
is, .NET2.0 is the major part of so called .NET 3.5 plus something added to
it (WPF, WF, WCF...).
So, you still use .NET 2.0 Configuration Applet (when .NET2.0 SDK
installed), or .NET2.0's CASPOL.exe (when no SDK installed).
"Robert Kochem" <robert@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I have some problems locating .NET Framework Configuration Tool for
> configuring an snk as fully trusted. On the PC I want to do this only
> the frameworks up to 3.5 were installed therefore I wanted to download
> the .Net SDK 2.0 - but the download page said that it is outdated ,
> superseded by the "Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .NET
> Framework 3.5". Therefore I downloaded the WebInstaller and installed
> all .Net related packages. After installation I wanted to open .NET
> Framework Configuration Tool but it is nowhere to find neither in
> start menu nor on hard disk. Did Microsoft forget to include it in
> the .NET SDK 3.5?